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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
5125,000 FOR SWAT
KING IS RECORD
MUDAY,' APRIL a, 10'JO
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I Read Ibis
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IS MTCKT FROM JAgAff-
ordera shiploads of ohenlcala, great
quantities of wool, lunber, print pa
per', flour, machinery, garden t a and
canned gooda f ron Oregon.
For Oregon product a are so good their
tamo extends to the far-away Orient
Associated Industries of Oregon
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A new baseball star has
finished across the hoi lion, eclips
ing tho publicity which the great
Ty Cobb has dominated so long.
It Is Unbo Ruth, home run hitting
king, pttcher-outflelder. who hns
Just been sold by tho Boston
Americans to tho Now York Amer
icans! tor $125,000 the retard
price of all time in baseball deals.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
yOU know pupers arc sometime as valuable as cash.
Therefore they desert e and should have equal pro
YU probably use the Fint National Hank for the
safe keeping of your money.
BUT what do jou do with jour Deeds, Notes, Contracts,
Mortgages, Abstracts and Insurance I'olicics?
RENT A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX AND ""
BE SAFE INSTEAD OF SORRY.
sue First National Bank
Domestic and Imported
Now on Display.
Perfect Fit Guaranteed
GHAS. J. CIZEK
518 Main Street
WHEN YOU WANT ANYTHING
1b a hurry advertise for It here.
WASHINGTON, Apr. 2. The next
few years will afford opportunities
for the sale of many kinds of con
struction materials In Uruguay, ac
cording to a repuort just Issued by
' the bureau of foreign and domestic
' commerce, department of commerce.
,Uruguay Is financially solid, its busi
ness Is on a high plane, good work-
1 manshlp Is awallable, and there is
'a steady spirit of progress.
The biggest single project now be
ing considered is a proposal for an
' international power, plant to be erect
ed on the Uruguay river by" Argen
tina, Brazil and Uruguay Jointly, with
guarantees for the equitable distri
bution of -power to the three coun
tries .concerned. On the site being
considered It is calculated that 2,500,
000,000 kilowatt hours per annum
could be developed, or an energy
equivalent to that of 3,000,000 tons
of coal. The project contemplates
the construction of two dams, one
movable and one fixed, with canals
to the power plant. It will utilize a
' fall of 77 feet. The Installation
would also open for navigation 419
miles of river which today is inac
cessible, and would permit the inun
dation of adjoining zones which are
suitable for agriculture.
I utnor projects lor wiu uuvuiuiuuuiu
of water power uro also being con-)
sldered by private persons and cor-
nnmttnria An nfflMnl rnmmlsalnn
has prepared a plan for the Irrigation
of a 37,000-ncro tract not far from
1 Montevideo, to servo ns an oxporl
'ment and example. "Up to tho pres
ent time," says tho report, "nothing
has been done In Uruguay In tho way
of taking advantage of the country's t
1 water-courses for irrigation and
Fifteen cities of Uruguay aro nlso
to Install water and seworago plants
within tho next few years, says Trade
, Commissi nor V V. Ewlng, who
writes tho report. Tho pre-war esti
mates for this work totaled about
$15,000,000. In 191G, American en
gineers contracted for tho installa
tion of water and sewerago systems
In threo of the largest cities in Uru
guay at a cost of $5,000,000. Tho
work was completed 12 months be
fore the contract date and the bonds
have now been retired by the Uru
guayan government. It is probable!
that a part of the now work of this
naturo will be given to American
: There Is a present need In Monte
video for a largo number of work
men's houses, for at least ltl now
business structures, a hotel, .in opera
house, cold storage facilities, and a
number of factories, the total cost of
Immediate need3 in privato construc
tion of these kinds being estlnu-.ted
by architects at $16,300,000. Within
the next few years tho government
Will need new and moJern editions,
to tho value of $23,000,000 The
elilfcf Import h which .hlj program of
corctructlon will requlro are steel
and finishing materials. i
I Uruguay has local supplies of gran-1
ite, marble, porphyry, limestone in
limited quantities, and cement. There
Js also abundance of excellent clay
for brick-making, but' it has not ber-n
fully Utilized. No clay roofing tiles
or sewer pipe are made In Uruguay.
All fire bricks and piaster of Farls
are also Imported. There is a devel
oping demand for many types of con
struction tools and machinery, and
for heating and elevator Installations,
according to this report, which is
known as special agents serins No.
189, "Construction Materials and
Machinery in Uruguay," and is sold
at the nominal price of 15 cents by
the superintendent of documents,
government printing office, Washing
ton, D. C. Tho report may also be
obtained at any of the district or'
co-operative offices of the bureau of
foreign and domestic commerce.
IHO OOAI, BEDS
Western Floral Shop
LILIES FOR FAIR
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The Illy, they say, Is the em
blem of purity. So Is the
American woman, as a rule.
The two go together. Our
lilies, cut or in growing
plants, are emblematic of
nature's greatest charm.
Graceful, pretty to look
upon, snow-white they will
grace any lady's boudoir or
living room. Order somn
from us today,
MRS. L. C. MOORE
Phone 187; Res. 200R
, WINNIPEG, Man., Apr. 2. Bitum
inous coal deposits totalling nearly
30 million tons, and lying within
three feet of the earth's surface so
that it may be loaded on cars as,
cheaply as gravel can be loaded in a1
ballast pit, have boen located near,
! Jasper Park, according to George E.l
McDonald, general manager of the
1 Pacific Great Eastern railway, who
was recently In tho prairie provinces.
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NEW SOLDIER LAND
VANCOUVER, B. 0 Apr. 2. An
nounceraent is made that tho Kettle
Valley railway will next year build a
branch from Penticton, B. C, south
to the International boundary 35
miles, thus opening a great tract of
irrigated land, which will contain the
largest soldier jfettlement area in
British Columbia. The land will be
devoted to fruit-growing.
nnrnnnfnrn' lnpnl Nn 1flfl moAta
every Wednesday evening In tho
Labor hall, 6th and Main.
C. E.- SOLOMON, Rec.Sec.
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JUST ARRIVED A BIG SHIPMENT OF
Palm Olive Soap
READY FOR THE SPRING CLEAN-UP
BEGINNING SATURDAY, APRIL 3, AND CONTINUING
MONDAY AND TUESDAY WE WILL SELL THE REGULAR
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Five Bars for 55 Cents
And One Additional Bar
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